Jamia Hamdard Neurobiology/Biochemistry SRF Vacancy

JH-Institute of Molecular Medicine, 
Jamia Hamdard, 
Hamdard Nagar, 
New Delhi 110062 

Recruitment of One (1) “Senior Research Fellow” in a SERB-SPONSORED Project 

Project Title: Studies to delineate the molecular nexus between systemic infection, serotonin biosynthesis and neurocognitive decline using chronic infection model in rodents. 

Essential Qualifications: M.Sc in Neurobiology/Biochemistry or in any Life Science related subjects from accredited University/Institute with 60% marks or equivalent CGPA with minimum two (2) years of active research experience after M.Sc. (as per SERB office memorandum No. SB/S9/Z-01/2015, dt. 07 January, 2015). 

Desirable Qualifications: Passionate researcher with demonstrable 2 years of work experience in neuroscience related project that required exposure to animal models and cell biological techniques. 

Duration of the position: Co-terminus with the Project or upto November 30, 2021 (whichever is earlier). 

Consolidated Monthly Fellowship: Rs. 36,400 (Rs. 28,000/- pm + 30% HRA as per SERB office memorandum No. SB/S9/Z-01/2015, dt. 07 January, 2015). The fellowship is expected to increase subject to approval by SERB. 

Not eligible for hostel facility and other allowances. 

How to Apply: Candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria and passionate about doing exciting research may submit application along with a recent CV to Dr. Surajit Ganguly Team-Lead Scientist, Neurobiology and Drug Discovery lab, Jamia Hamdard – Institute of Molecular Medicine, School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Technologies, Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi-110062, only via E-mail to surajit.ganguly@jamiahamdard.ac.in. 

Emails should include “Application for SRF” in the Subject space. Application deadline: 4 PM; 14-08-2019. Note: (1) Only the shortlisted candidates will be invited for an Interview. No TA/DA will be provided. (2) The position does not allow automatic transition to PhD program unless the candidate fulfills the University criteria for PhD registration. 

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